What are the Cyber Feasibility Studies?

Zenzic, in partnership with the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) and Innovate UK, have invested £1.2 million in 7 projects to support the development of connected and self-driving vehicle cyber security testing capabilities.

Projects are testing and examining solutions to:

  1. Measure and maintain cyber-physical resilience and identify vulnerabilities, supporting the creation and testing of cyber-physical and software architectures, best practice in design and lifetime management
  2. Provide specifications to support the creation of new cyber test facilities
  3. Explore commercial opportunities to develop new cyber-related services

A cyber security report detailing the findings is expected for you to download late Spring 2020

Scroll through to see all 7 cyber projects

Why is Cyber Important?

Cyber security is fundamental to the successful deployment of CAM in a safe and beneficial way. The UK is a world leader in the cyber space and is well positioned to lead the world in ensuring that CAM can be deployed safely and securely. Collaboration within the UK’s world-class Cyber Security sector is crucial to tackle potential cyber threats and challenges.

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